FleetWave Partners, LLP was formed on January 1, 2011 by the owners of our sister company, Burlington Communications Service Center Inc. Todd Goad, Eric Field, and David Pray equally own both companies. Burlington Communications has owned and operated two-way radio systems around the state of Vermont for over 15 years. We trademarked the name FleetWave in 2007 and started connecting our older analog systems to provide wide-area radio coverage for our larger fleet customers.
With the transition to digital technology in September of 2010, FleetWave took on a life of its own by solving coverage problems, providing crystal clear voice, GPS vehicle location, and text messaging to trucks on the road. Both businesses presently share the same address and phone numbers from our location in Williston Vermont.
FleetWave Partners, LLP owns and operates a wide area two-way radio network that provides voice and GPS coverage in Vermont, Western New Hampshire, and Northeastern New York. Do you manage a fleet of 5 or more service or delivery vehicles? If the answer is yes, call us today for an assessment of your current communication needs so we can formulate the best solution to help increase productivity for your company.
Todd Goad, President
Twenty-Two years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and four years experience as an Avionics and Radar Navigation System Technician in The United States Air Force. Associates in Applied Science Degree in Avionics (AAS). Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr.)
David Pray, Partner
Twenty-Eight years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and four years experience as a Weather Equipment technician in The United States Air Force. Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr. Certified Tower Climber by Comtrain.
Eric Field, Partner
Twenty years experience as a Two-Way Radio technician and five years experience as a Ground Radio Communication technician in The United States Air Force.Certified Senior Two-Way Radio Technician by ETA (CETa and CETsr)